100.000 people protest to raise the minimum wage on Monivong Blvd Phnom Penh
 

 
100.000 people protest to raise the minimum wage on Monivong Blvd Phnom Penh
 

In January 2015 I took 6 months off to work for the Cambodia Daily, a national newspaper in Phnom Penh as a photojournalist. This was a great experience for me to really hone my skills where the demand to get the right picture with a limited amount of time really was a challenge, working mainly in Phnom Penh and occasionally on assignment in the provences.

Please note - The Cambodia Daily has since been closed down as part of a government crackdown on press freedom in the Kingdom.

See some articals [ here ] - [ here ] - [ here ] - [ here ] - [ here ] - [ here ]

 
Wives denied access to jailed CNRP husbands - PreySar prison Phnom Penh
 
 
Protests against the Sesan River Dam project - Ratnakiri provence Cambodia.
 
 
Protests against the Sesan River Dam project - Ratnakiri provence Cambodia.
 
 
Cambodia soccer team in training before the World Cup Qualifier
 
 
 
Calm after the storm - Police line the streets after crack down against striking workers in Phnom Penh
 
 
Homes sink into the Mekong after developers dredge upriver.
 
 
Homes sink into the Mekong after developers dredge upriver.
 
 
The fate of Spanish green activist from "Mother Nature" revealed - Deportation